Fans Complaining over Eminem’s New Album “Curtain Call 2”

On Tuesday, August 2, Eminem officially unveiled the tracklist for his upcoming compilation album “Curtain Call 2” on Instagram. He had left multiple Easter eggs while revealing the album cover. It turned out that the “Rap God” hitmaker had before hinted that he would include some of his best hits.

The track list features several well-known international musicians, including Beyonce, Rihanna, Bruno Mars, his close friend 50 Cent, and the enemy turned friend, Snoop Dogg. Curtain Call 2’s album cover is dubbed as the worst by the Internet. The album is a follow-up to the 49-year-old’s original, ‘Curtain Call: The Hits’. The album topped the Billboard 200 chart for the final two weeks of 2005.


Fans complaints over the tracklist

Social media users hurried to Twitter to express their insightful opinions on the “Curtain Call 2” tracklist.

“Still can’t stand the fact that deja vu isn’t there,” said


Another dubbed it as a “terrible tracklist.”

Whereas, one posted, “I saw that Curtain Call 2 tracklist, and let me just say it’s a reminder of how f**king awful Eminem has been this past decade.”

Meanwhile, another user shared his tracklist saying, “Since the Curtain Call 2 tracklist makes no sense, here’s what I would have made it. These are ACTUAL big songs.”

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‘Curtain Call 2’ tracklist features various artists


On Friday, August 5, Eminem’s “Curtain Call 2” is scheduled to launch on the top streaming services. After the release of 2009’s “Relapse,” the multi-Grammy-winning rapper’s next album will have hits from some of his finest tracks. Less than two months after collaborating with Snoop Dogg on the song “From The D 2 The LBC,” Eminem releases a new album.

The new compilation album will also feature artists including P!nk, late Juice Wrld, Kehlani, Dr. Dre, Ed Sheeran, Lil Wayne, CeeLo Green, Gwen Stefani, Yelawolf, Nate Russ, and Joyner Lucas in addition to Beyonce, Rihanna, Bruno Mars, 50 Cent, and Snoop Dogg. There will be two CDs on the album, each with 16 songs on them.


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